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Pampers Dry Max Diapers Under Investigation for Chemical Burns


Washington, DC: The Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada have announced that they are reviewing complaints received about diaper rashes that appear to be associated with the use of Pampers diapers with Dry Max.

Parents in both the US and Canada have apparently reported the appearance of what look like chemical burns on their children when using Pampers Swaddlers diapers with Dry Max, and Pampers Cruisers diapers with Dry Max. The diapers are made by Proctor and Gamble.

According to a report on the Eugene Oregon news station, KVAL.com, one parent noticed that her son developed a rash within two days of using Dry Max diapers. She noticed blisters forming, which started to bleed. When she changed diaper products, the rash disappeared.

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Published on May-11-10

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Pampers with Dry Max caused my son to have severe diaper rash with blisters and breaks in skin.

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Extreme pain and suffering in my 18 month old daughter, a constant rash that blistered and was bleeding.

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Within one week of using Proctors new Dry Max pampers, our 14 month old son started to show signs of sever rash or chemical burns all over his testicles.

We have since switched but the rash has yet to leave.

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